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A knife fight is a violent physical confrontation between two or more combatants in which one or more participants is armed with Fight for tieing knife.

During the long history of the knife as a weapon, many systems or schools of knife fighting have developed around the world. Each is usually distinguished by region and culture of their origin. In past centuries the repeated invasion and conquest of foreign territories by invading armies frequently resulted in the dissemination and adoption of knives and knife fighting techniques.

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These were in turn adapted and improved upon through long practice and drills, sometimes over hundreds of years. The Italian stilettooriginally a purely offensive weapon used to kill an unsuspecting or wounded adversary, was later embraced throughout Italy as a fighting knife for close combat confrontations.

In Andalusian Spain, the use of the large navaja folding knife as a fighting knife has Fight for tieing commonly used by the peoples Fight for tieing that region since the 17th century. They are about the size of a common English carving knife, but for several inches up the blade cut both sides. In these situations two adversaries would attack with slashing attacks to the face, stopping the fight when one of the participants could no longer see due to bleeding from shallow cuts. Arnisalso referred to as Eskrima and Kali, is an indigenous Philippine martial art involving the use of sticks, knives and other bladed weapons.

Like most other knife fighting traditions, Eskrima is learned by Fight for tieing practice, using sparring encounters Fight for tieing two or more opponents in order to hone a practitioner's physical skills and mental concentration.

This martial art flourished for hundreds of years as part of a society with a blade cultureand the system's already impressive indigenous techniques were later directly influenced by Spanish and Andalusian fencing and knife fighting systems with the introduction of the angles of attack and the use of espada y daga the word eskrima is a Filipinization of the Spanish word esgrimameaning a fighting or fencing school.